Integrated wavelength stabilization of in-plane semiconductor lasers by use of a dualgrating reflector
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We summarize a novel integrated wavelength-stabilization scheme for broad stripe surface-emitting lasers. The method is based on two gratings fabricated on opposite sides of a device in which the first grating disperses light through the substrate to the opposite side, where the second surface has a feedback grating that operates under total internal reflection and in the Littrow condition to provide feedback into the gain medium. Experimental results have been obtained for both high power and a narrow linewidth, showing a CW slope of 0.85 W/A. (c) 2006 Optical Society of America.
"Integrated wavelength stabilization of in-plane semiconductor lasers by use of a dualgrating reflector" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 6482.